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Friday, July 6, 2018
China 'immediately' fires back after Trump launches $34 billion trade war
Trump launches $34 billion trade war and China 'immediately' fires back
China’s foreign ministry said that tit-for-tat duties on U.S. goods took immediate effect Friday after Washington’s tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods kicked in at 12:01 a.m. ET.
Thai navy SEAL commander: 'Limited amount of time' left to rescue trapped soccer team
A sense of urgency is growing around the efforts to rescue a young Thai soccer team trapped as intermittent drizzle began falling on Friday.
For the first time since Sanders' visit, the Red Hen opens amid protests
After refusing to serve Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on June 22, the Red Hen restaurant became notorious, prompting a national debate over social decency in an era of sharp political divides.
Postal Service misidentifies Statue of Liberty in stamp in a $3.5 million mistake
The Statue of Liberty Forever stamps released in 2010 didn't actually show New York's Lady Liberty, a mistake that's costing the Post Office $3.5 million.
U.S.-China trade, 'Ant Man and the Wasp,' World Cup: 5 things you need to know Friday
U.S.-China trade, the World Cup quarterfinals, and more things you need to start your day.
Ariana Grande calls fiancé Pete Davidson's Manchester bombing joke 'unfortunate'
On Twitter, Ariana Grande called fiancé Pete Davidson's joke that referenced 2017's Manchester concert bombing 'unfortunate,' but added that the 'Saturday Night Live' star is never malicious.
Why is President Donald Trump defending Rep. Jim Jordan in Ohio State scandal?
It comes as absolutely no surprise that President Donald Trump is standing by a powerful political ally while yet another sex abuse scandal in American sports is underway at Ohio State.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vows to get details of nuke commitment on North Korea visit
Pompeo, who arrived in the North Korean capital on Friday, has the crucial task of dispelling growing skepticism over how seriously the country's leader Kim Jong Un is about giving up his nuclear arsenal.
21 dead, dozens missing as tourist boat sinks in Thailand
The boat was carrying 105 people, including 93 tourists, 11 crew and one tour guide when it toppled in 16-foot high waves.
Trump says NFL's new anthem policy 'worse than not standing’
At rally in Montana, president says allowing NFL players to stay in locker room during anthem is 'worse than not standing.'
The Day In Pictures Gallery
A woman photographs the Mount Agung volcano sending up a plume of smoke on Indonesia's resort island of Bali. Mount Agung roared to life again on July 2, belching a plume of ash 6,500 feet high.
Population migration patterns: US cities Americans are abandoning
Mom shoots carjacker in the head to save kids inside stolen vehicle
Population migration patterns: US cities Americans are flocking to
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